PORT CHESTER, N.Y. During a routine police check of Port Chester establishments Saturday night, Kaylees Restaurant was cited for violating a village regulation requiring a live-entertainment license, according to Lt. James Ladearious.
Officers from the Port Chester Police Department said they heard loud music coming from the restaurant, located at 11 Pearl Street, and found a four-person band playing within. Upon asking the owner if she had a license to allow the performance, she said she did not.
The business received a ticket for operating an establishment without an entertaining license. A hearing is set for July 27.
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